We are happy to announce that Suranaree University of Technology (SUT), Synchrotron Light Research Institute (SLRI) and Chiang Mai University (CMU) will contribute to the construction of PANDA with the following work packages:

 - "Design and construction of mechanical structures for substitute tracking modules in the PANDA Forward Spectrometer",

- "Detector Control System for Forward Tracker and GEM",

- "Software Trigger Development using Machine Learning"

The expression of intention was signed in Krabi/Thailand during the PANDA Collaboration Meeting on March 11, 2019. Pictures are from the Signing Cermony among the three group leaders Chinorat Kobdaj (SUT), Keerati Manasatitpong (SLRI), and Sakhorn Rimjaem (CMU) of the Thailand groups involved and Klaus Peters as spokesperson of PANDA.

(All photos taken by Thanachot Nasawad)